Tom Brady gave himself a belated birthday gift.

The NFL QB has is set to sign a two-year extension that will play him $23 million in 2019. His extension will reportedly pay Brady $70 million.

Along with an $8 million raise this year, Brady is also set to receive $30 million in 2020 and $32 million the following campaign. However, the contract will be adjusted each year he continues to play.

The Patriot, who turned 42 on Saturday, has one year remaining on his former pact.

Originally, Brady was set to make $15 million for the upcoming season, and it was widely expected New England to give the six-time Super Bowl champion a short-term deal to move him further to the top of the market and reduce his cap hit of $27 million.

By signing the extension, it reportedly freed up $5.5 million, meaning that the team now has roughly $14.5 million in cap space.

As the 2019 season gets closer, only five QBs will now make more cash for the campaign than Brady, who is tied for six with fellow future Hall of Famer Drew Brees.

There is no precedent in the NFL in extending a quarterback of Brady’s age who is still playing at an elite level and after Wednesday’s practice it appeared that he was driving the extension negotiations.

"Have I earned it? I don't know. That's up for talk-show debate. What do you guys think? Should we take a poll? Talk to Mr. (Robert) Kraft, c'mon," Brady said. "No, like I said, we've got a great relationship. So, we'll see how it goes."

During the 2018 regular season, Brady threw for 4,355 yards and 29 touchdowns while being picked off 11 times.